Films

Through a series of documentary films, video interviews and recorded talks, Exposing the Invisible captures different techniques, tools and most importantly the mindset and motivation of those working at the new frontiers of investigation.

Information Security Starts In Your Head

How can journalists and other evidence seekers address digital vulnerabilities? Digital human...

Verifying Footage from Ukraine: Open-source methods, tips and tools

Are you reporting on conflicts and collecting evidence from war areas like Ukraine? Do you want...

Collaborative Journalism: Strategies to mitigate risk and frustration

Collaborative journalism sounds cool, but collaborating with others may turn out not to be as...

Framing Citizen Investigations

How does one start to become an investigator? Where is the borderline between being interested...

Collaborative Investigation

Collaboration can save your life, or uncover a great deal

Networking

The importance of networking across borders, topics and views

Investigation is Perseverance

Investigations require lots of new ways to approach questions, information, people...

Crowdsourcing and Collaboration

Sometimes it takes a crowd to get to the core of issues.

Data in Investigations

Data can tell stories, if we learn to “listen”

Safety

Risk is inherited

Organisations and Initiatives

Organisations and institutions that conduct and support investigations

Films

Conflict and Power

From My Point of View

The second episode in the series, 'From My Point of View', rather thanlooking at professional...
Money and Politics

Our Currency is Information

Our currency is Information is the first episode of the documentary film series Exposing the...
Conflict and Power

Unseen War

Exploring the physical, moral and political invisibility of US drone warfare in Pakistan.

Sketches

!Mediengruppe Bitnik, Losing Control

Carmen Weisskopf​ and Domagoj Smoljo are contemporary artists that make up !Mediengruppe Bitnik,...

M.C. McGrath: Hiding in the open

M.C. McGrath is a hacker and an activist based in Berlin, Germany and is the creator of...

Ingrid Burrington: Tactical cartography

Ingrid Burrington talks here about growth of Occupy movement, why she got involved, how we look...

Jesus Robles Maloof: The power of conviction

Jesus Robles Maloof is a human rights defender in Mexico. He talks to us about the conviction...

Niccolo: Retro-engineering conflict

Niccolo Figa-Talamanca is the Secretary General of No Peace Without Justice, and works...

Smari McCarthy: Making data speak

Smari has many hats. His default one is as Director of the International Modern Media Institute,...

Rahul Bhargava - How Stories Move

As well as being a research specialist at the MIT Center for Civic Media, Rahul does a lot of...

Lydia Medland: From freedom of information to genuine accountability

Lydia has worked with Spain-based Access Info for several years, working to promote a stronger...

Brett Scott: Economic explorer

Brett explored the inner workings of the financial sector from the trading room floor, before...

The Syrian Archive

The Syrian Archive is a Syrian initiative that strives to promote sustainable peace and respect...

Mari Bastashevski: Facing secrecy

Mari Bastashevski's work deliberately blurs the line between art, research, writing and...

James Bridle: Plane talking

Interviewing writer, artist and technologist, James Bridle about his work.